[lit-ideas] Re: Erin's Course Dilemma

  • From: "Phil Enns" <phil.enns@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <palma@xxxxxxxx>, <lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 19:31:07 -0500

To my saying:

"For there to be Teemu's coffee mug, there must be linguistic

palma@xxxxxxxx wrote:

"oh, come on even derrida when he was mocking everybody else did not say
anything that idiotic. obviously you are kidding."

Not at all.  How would you propose the sentence 'This is Teemu's coffee
mug' could possibly be true without reference to a language and more
importantly what is held to be true in that language?


Phil Enns
Toronto, ON

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